Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine
Bobby Moulder is a Senior Designer responsible for the development of educational resources and communications strategies for all D³b Center projects, including initiatives such as the Children’s Brain Tumor Network (CBTN) and NIH supported-projects such as the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center (DRC) and INCLUDE Data Coordinating Center.
Bobby’s responsibilities include support for funding and philanthropic efforts, creating resources related to academic and commercial partnerships, and increasing patient and foundation engagement. He provides expertise in user-experience (UX) design, strategic communications and brand management to help create and communicate D³b messaging.
Prior to joining CHOP in June of 2016, Bobby worked as a Community Engagement Coordinator and Associate Producer for KBYU-TV Eleven, a PBS-affiliate station located in Provo, UT. He managed the strategic communications, graphic design, and community outreach efforts of the station in addition to coordinating events and original productions.
Bobby earned a BA in Public Relations from Brigham Young University in Provo, UT before completing an MBA in Strategy and Design Thinking at Thomas Jefferson University. He is committed to communicating the vision of the D³b center to the greater scientific and patient communities to increase visibility and support discoveries and cures for pediatric cancers.